Connecticut's Indestructible Noise Command (I.N.C.) were a short-lived techno thrash metal act that struggled in the underground scene at the tail end of the 80's. Consisting of Dennis Gergely, Tony Fabrizi, Erik Barath and Gary Duguay, I.N.C. were able to land a deal with alternative label, Giant Records in 1987. Their debut, "Razorback" hit stores later that year but failed to ignite much more than a cult interest in the band. Lack of a decent budget not only dashed any hopes of a solidly produced album, but national touring was out of the question. The band pushed onward to issue their followup, "The Visitor", which saw release in 1988. Once again, lack of proper funding grounded the band and by 1990, I.N.C. were over. The post-split activities of members are not known.
"The Visitor", despite production limitations, is a visceral collection of lightning fast riffing, syncopated rhythms, flashy guitar work and nasally gruff vocals. In short, it just works. Lyrical silliness aside, this album is brimming with intensity and energy. With a sound that blends elements of Metallica, Watchtower and Nuclear Assault, "The Visitor" shreds from start to finish. Though the sound is clearly dated, there's plenty to enjoy if you are able to hear it in the context of the era from which this sprang. With no reissue in sight and outrageous prices for the original CD, this should be a short-term fix while fans wait for a proper remaster. Enjoy this insane batch of humor laden thrash.
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